South Africa Exchange

The South African Exchange Program 2018 is a GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG PROPAGATOR IPPS SOUTH AFRICAN EXCHANGE 2018

This was established by Australian IPPS and South Africa IPPS to give young propagators, at the start of their career, the opportunity to gain experience of each others industry and to build a better understanding of each country.

In March 2018 the young propagator chosen will spend approximately 3 weeks in South Africa, hosted by local Nurserymen, where he/she will work and visit other nurseries and places of interest in South Africa, including tourist venues, plus attend their IPPS Conference.

The program as usual is sponsored by Australia and South Africa IPPS. After the trip the chosen propagator will be expected to attend the HOBART, TASMANIA Conference from 24th to 25th May 2018 to talk about his/her wonderful experience.

Now that you are thinking about this experience or you know someone who may be suitable, check the following to make sure of eligibility:-

You must be just starting your career of propagating and growing plants.


You must be able to travel to South Africa in March 2018 and attend our May Conference in 2018.


Your employer must support this application & your time off work.


You must be prepared to make notes and take photographs of your great experience and report back to Australian IPPS Conference in 2018.

If all of the above suits you and you would like to be hosted (at no cost to you, except spending money) in south Africa to gain great knowledge, experience the lifestyle and great sights of South Africa, then tell us about your background in Horticulture, including training and work experience.  Nomination form will be available shortly.  To view these files you will need a pdf reader such as Acrobat.

Still not sure?

Still not sure, then read past comments from previous Exchange Propagators in – ‘The Propagator’ newsletter. Feel free to speak to any of the previous Exchange Propagators to help you decide to take the opportunity of being an ambassador for Australian IPPS.

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